Jules Bianchi’s horrifying crash at the rain-soaked Japanese Grand Prix sparked an outpouring of support from GP2 drivers past and present. The GP2 race winner’s accident has been all over the world’s press and the Frenchman’s condition has been at the forefront of millions of people’s minds as they await news on his health and well-being.
Thoughts and prayers go to my ex team mate , my close friend and great guy Jules. pic.twitter.com/af1ErDu9Wf
— sam bird (@sambirdracing) October 5, 2014
— Giedo van der Garde (@GvanderGarde) October 5, 2014
All our prayers for @Jules_Bianchi.. we are sending you positive energy mate.
— Dani Clos (@daniclos) October 5, 2014
All my prayers with @Jules_Bianchi. Not the end of race anyone likes to see. Hoping for better news soon…
— Stoffel Vandoorne (@svandoorne) October 5, 2014
All my thoughts and prayers are with @Jules_Bianchi right now
— Arthur Pic (@ArthurPic) October 5, 2014
All thoughts are with @Jules_Bianchi after his accident at the end of the race.
— Felipe Nasr (@FelipeNasr) October 5, 2014
All the best @Jules_Bianchi , a fighter and warrior in person!
— Simon Trummer (@s_trummer) October 5, 2014
Praying for my friend Jules
— James Calado (@JamesCalado) October 5, 2014
Toutes mes pensées pour Jules! J’espère que c’est rien de grave! Allez mon pote!
— Pierre Gasly (@PierreGASLY) October 5, 2014
— Fabio Leimer (@fabioleimer) October 5, 2014
My thoughts are with our colleague Jules and his family and team-mates, and we are hoping for some positive news. #japaneseGP
— Nico Rosberg (@nico_rosberg) October 5, 2014
Toutes mes pensées sont avec Jules Bianchi et sa famille. Bats toi ! All my thoughts are with Jules and his family. Keep fighting my friend!
— Romain Grosjean (@RGrosjean) October 5, 2014
— giorgio pantano (@giorgio_pantano) October 5, 2014